London, UK. November 21, 2017.

With the thinnest, most sensitive skin on your entire body, the area around your eyes requires a specific effective treatment. 

The skin around the eyes is extremely thin (300-800 microns) and fragile, and it has minimal sebaceous glands, collagen and elastic fibers, being the first area to reveal the signs of aging.

Subject to numerous aggressions, it loses its elasticity and hydration much faster, leading to the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and tissue sagging.

As the skin begins to age, microcirculation around the eyes slows down. Blood stagnates and accumulates in the capillaries, which become visible through the thin skin of eye contour. Poor drainage, fragile capillaries and loss of elasticity strongly contribute to the formation of bags under the eyes and dark circles.

md:complexGenX Eye Contour includes in its formulation powerful Biomimetic Peptides and the most effective ingredients to erase dark circles, puffiness and fine lines from the first session, illuminating the look. It deeply nourishes and soothes delicate skin, brightening and beautifying the area around the eyes.

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London, UK. October 10, 2017.

Skin aging involves a series of complex factors, which include: an increase in proteolytic activity involving the breakdown of proteins; an increase in free radical damage that contributes to inflammation and cell destruction; a decrease in communication between growth factors and cells that lead to a decline in structural proteins; and a weakened cohesion within the Dermal Epidermal Junction (DEJ). All these factors contribute to a loss of skin suppleness, firmness, smoothness, even tone and elasticity.

The evolution of peptides may be the answer to addressing the aforementioned skin concerns, thus delaying signs of aging. 

Peptides are intelligent molecules, composed of a chain of amino acids, which are organised in a specific sequence that enhances the flow of information needed to repair skin damage.

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London, UK. August 9, 2017.

This is definitely the “peptide age“ that we’re living. Biomimetic peptides are considered a major advance in the clinical management of aging skin. These molecules are the present and future of the medical cosmetic industry. This is due to the characteristics of the latest generation of peptides, which have a well-defined amino acid sequence, are analytically pure, and show a specific and well-documented biological activity.

Natural processes within the body are modulated almost exclusively by the interaction of specific amino acid sequences. With age, the natural peptides lose their effectiveness and the skin starts to look older, with the appearance of thinner skin, fine and deep wrinkles, sagging, flaccidity and blemishes. Peptides act as messengers, enhancing the flow of information needed to repair skin damage and helping to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and hyper-pigmentation.

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